The usual secrecy of Doctor Who has many a Whovian racing to guess Season 9's secrets before the September premiere, but barring a few spoilers, sweetie, Christmas has already come. Alex Kingston will return to the role of River Song for the 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, her first opposite the new Doctor Peter Capaldi.
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The success of Orphan Black so often hinges on viewers forgetting there aren’t actually five or more of Tatiana Maslany, though it takes a fair bit of intricate VFX beyond Maslany’s Emmy-nominated work to bring the show to life. Go in-depth with the #CloneClub in a new Season 3 FX reel, charging everything from clones, to pencils, to dear-old Pupok.
Doctor Who gave fans a rockin’ taste of Season 9 from Comic-Con 2015 and its first trailer, but things get really intense by our second sneak peek. The Doctor rocks, Clara rolls, and Maisie Williams explodes our nerd brains by the second full trailer for Doctor Who Season 9's September premiere, including a new poster.
Doctor Who kept his eyes on the future with Comic Con 2015's Season 9 trailer and premiere date, but the Time Lord isn’t above looking to the past, and occasionally through 3D glasses. Before Season 9, the BBC will take Doctor Who Season 8's final two installments to theaters, along with an exclusive short previewing The Doctor’s ninth run.
Orphan Black understandly had no new footage to bring to Comic-Con 2015, but that didn’t stop #CloneClub from putting a smile on fan faces. If you’ve ever wanted to see Tatiana Maslany wrangle a live scorpion down her blouse, or keeps the dance parties rolling, the Orphan Black Season 3 blooper reel is for you.
Doctor Who had a timeline’s worth of work to do last year in introducing Peter Capaldi as Matt Smith’s replacement, regrettably costing Whovian fans a Comic-Con appearance. Now, Peter Capaldi makes his Doctor Who debut at Comic-Con 2015 to preview the ninth season of the series, teasing plenty of twists and turns for Missy, Clara, The Doctor, and all those in Season 9's path.
It’s here, it’s here! The first trailer for Season 9 of BBC’s Doctor Who has finally arrived. We’ll have more about the upcoming ninth season of the long-running series from the show’s Comic-Con 2015 panel shortly, but until then prepare yourselves for Daleks, mercenaries and lots of terrifying antagonists (both familiar and not).
Orphan Black has closed down the lab for another season with Saturday’s latest finale “History Yet to Be Written,” though the #CloneClub will have plenty of challenges ahead in Season 4. Now, creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson break down some of those finale twists and deaths, also previewing what to expect from an increase in body-horror next year.
After a season spent with clones of both genders and bullet-ridden history on either side, Orphan Black’s third year will complete its next DNA sequence this Saturday with Season 3 finale “History Yet to Be Written.” The BBC-A has released the full set of photos from Saturday’s finale, but will the Castors cash out their original maker, expose yet another layer of conspiracy?
Doctor Who disappointed a few fans last year with news that the longrunning BBC sci-fi would sit out Comic-Con for a world press tour introducing Peter Capaldi’s new iteration to the world, but with Season 9 on the horizon, Doctor Who is coming right back where he belongs. Get your first hint of what to expect when The Doctor graces San Diego once more this summer!